Progressive Danish fashion label ASGER JUEL LARSEN unveiled its Autumn-Winter menswear collection during Copenhagen fashion week. The Fall season is inspired by Victoriana tailoring and free-spirited 1970's postwar style. The catwalk was dominated by oversized outerwear, furry designs, tailored peacoats, jacquard black coats and modern bombers. The color palette includes black and burgundy hues. What drives me crazy, then it's the intoxicating medley of the past fashion combined with futuristic sci-fi details. Everything looks modern, decadent, minimalistic and very Scandinavian. All in all, if you want yourself streetwear basics with goth-punk look, then you are more than welcomed to view this collection:
Male model walks down the runway wearing a black tailored pea-coat styled with loose-fit, slouchy black trousers.
During Copenhagen Fashion Week Asger Juel Larsen showcased his latest Spring-Summer menswear collection, entitled “Interrupt me.” We have chance to see his modern and statement outfits, which have edgy, punk and a bit of grunge look. The designer is hailed from Denmark but his work and art was established in the UK, as he graduated from the London College of Fashion in 2009. The platform and landscape for Asger's future collections is bright. You are about to see textures play, industrial and romantic details with futuristic sci-fi touches. For the next spring season, Asger keeps his decontructive motifs and adds sporty goth style elements. We see classic white and black color combinations, as well as green splashes. I personally love the textile manipulation, which was seen in painted-like knitwear and rugged charcoal jeans. All in all, it's a great mixture of minimal style with playful and aggressive details.
We see male model who walks down the catwalk wearing a black, tailored urban jacket atop white shirt which is tucked in washed jeans which are styled with combat boots. I love the way he wears those suspenders.
Asger Juel Larsen presented his new Autumn-Winter collection's runway show during Copenhagen Fashion Week. You are about to see futuristic, space, sci-fi, militaristic influences, which make his looks standout. I personally love this gothic utopia theme which makes his creations look like from a real future. What makes me love this designer, then it's his dark jungle ideas which make his menswear staples look sophisticated and sometimes even psychotic. We see mixtures with sportswear and tailoring techniques, while the materials and textures use is really amazing, as we see here digital prints, which make these creations look powerful and strong.
A patent black puffy long hooded jacket looks like an armor outfit.
Colorful Goths. London based designer Asger Juel Larsen presented collection of menswear clothing which is titled “Goth Legion”. It consists of rad styling, beautiful prints (starting from skulls to ornaments), edgy designs.